Christopher Chen Vice President of Business Development, Endgame Entertainment
Christopher C. Chen started his career in the technology industry working at a large enterprise software company. In various senior positions in the sales and consulting groups, he lead several worldwide implementation projects, followed by founding a successful strategic consulting practice servicing a handful of Fortune 100 companies.
Mr. Chen has been with Endgame Entertainment since its inception, producing documentary films such as "The Year of the Yao," examining the journey of Yao Ming from China to the United States during his rookie season, "...So Goes the Nation,” about the role Ohio played in the 2004 presidential election, and "Every Little Step," exploring the multiple Tony-award winning Broadway show, "A Chorus Line," which was shortlisted for the 2010 Oscar-award for Best Documentary Feature. Additionally, Mr. Chen is responsible for generating business in film, television, new media and various entertainment properties.
With a forward eye toward China and the burgeoning film market, Mr. Chen successfully negotiated a China co-production deal for “Looper” starring Bruce Willis and Joseph Gordon Levitt, which opened the 2012 Toronto International Film Festival. Additionally, Mr. Chen is producing with Sports Illustrated a 10 part series, broadcast on HBO, called "Sport in America," featuring the greatest sports stories told from the fan's point of view, as well as a feature documentary about Jeremy Lin, the Asian-American basketball player who took the world by storm and has quickly become a global icon.
Mr. Chen attended both University of California, Berkeley, and University of California, Davis and holds a B.S. in Management Economics, and B.A. in Political Science, also spending a significant time studying Chinese at National Taiwan University.